- Clark Commons on the Law Bridge.
- Required for all incoming students.
- Families and friends are welcome.
- Professional attire requested
- Room 106
- Required for all First-Year students, including jumpstart students (only on day 1).
- Transfer students are welcome.
- Room E108.
- Required for all First year Evenings students who are not able to attend the Day Orientation.
- Room E108.
- Required for all transfer students
Welcome back Rutgers Law students! Today is the first day of the fall semester.
The Student Bar Association is sponsoring its annual Buddy Mixer in the atrium of the Center for Law and Justice from 7 to 9 p.m. on Thursday, August 24.
Happy labor day to all! Enjoy your day off.
Rytgers Law School in Newark is hosting a Pro Bono Fair for law students.
The fair will take place from 4:30 to 6 p.m. on Tuesday, September 5, 2017. At the fair, students will be provided with an overview of the pro bono program at Rutgers Law and the fair will include brief presentations from the student leaders of the student-run projects.
Rutgers Law School in Newark is hosting a discussion about Volunteer Lawyers for Justice.
The presentation will take place on Thursday, September 7, 2017 at the law school in Newark.
The Rutgers Center for Corporate Law and Governance and the Rutgers Institute for Professional Education are hosting a panel presentation titled "Governance of Privately-Held Corporations and Limited Liability Companies" on Tuesday, September 12 from 4 to 6 p.m. at Rutgers Law School in Newark.
This year's Paul S. Miller Distinguished Lecture is titled "Seeking Justice After Atrocity" and is co-sponsored by the International March of the Living in partnership with Rutgers Law School.
The event will feature presentations by John Q. Barrett and Eli M. Rosenbaum, followed by video conversation specially produced for this program between John Q. Barrett and Justice Gabriel Bach.
The Honorable Morris Stern Bankruptcy Pro Bono Project at Rutgers Law School in Newark seeks to further two important goals: providing pro bono bankruptcy assistance to an under-served population and mentoring second- and third-year law students in the actual practice of law.
The Training will provide volunteers with training on how to conduct client interviews, prepare petitions, and conduct 341 (a) meetings of creditors.Students will also receive an overview of key substantive law governing exemptions, property retention, distributions and discharge.
Rutgers Law School in Newark is hosting a LGBTQ Legal Education and Outreach Training for students on Saturday, September 16, 2017.
Rutgers Law students are invited to attend an informative workshop designed specifically for 1L students seeking summer positions. Among the topics we will discuss include public interest career fairs and resources available to Rutgers Law students. In addition, student panelists will share their own experience and offer tips for students seeking internships.